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The Rock N Roll audio magazine! 2018 Nominee for Best Music Podcast! The Rock N Roll audio magazine featuring shows: Rock N Roll Archaeology, Rock n Roll Librarian, Art of Rock with Kosh & Friends, Vinyl Snob, Reel Rock, Muses, Rock Candy, Career Musician, & Deeper Digs in Rock. All things Rock N Roll. The Music. The People. The Culture. The Technology.
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The Rock N Roll audio magazine! 2018 Nominee for Best Music Podcast! The Rock N Roll audio magazine featuring shows: Rock N Roll Archaeology, Rock n Roll Librarian, Art of Rock with Kosh & Friends, Vinyl Snob, Reel Rock, Muses, Rock Candy, Career Musician, & Deeper Digs in Rock. All things Rock N Roll. The Music. The People. The Culture. The Technology.

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Episodes

Love That Album Ep. 128: Marianne Faithfull's 'Broken English'

11/21/2019
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F. Scott Fitzgerald famously once said, “There are no second acts in American lives”. Just as well that Marianne Faithfull is British. Welcome to episode 128 of Love That Album podcast. Marianne started out as a folk singer in the mid 60s. She was signed to Decca Records, home to the Rolling Stones. Her first single was the first song Keith Richards and Mick Jagger wrote, As Tears Go By. For a brief time, she was a major success story recording albums and appearing in films. Of course, she...

Duration:01:44:38

Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party with Iva Turner

11/21/2019
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Hi Dolls, Iva Turner is my longest running friend. We met in 4th grade and have been friends ever since. We were Beatlemaniacs together, and hit the Sunset strip together while still in high school. She’s a writer, editor and actress and we still hang out all the time! I can't wait for you to hear the stories from our youth and then some. Crazy, incredible, truly mindblowing adventures. This is where it all began... ~Pamela

Duration:01:33:17

Almost Famous Minute 23: Out of Allman Brothers References

11/20/2019
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The twenty-third minute starts with William continuing his praise and ends with William backstage recording Jeff pontificate about Rock and Roll. We are joined by guest Thomas Howeth. Find him here: The Neverending Minute and CritStorm Cast Twitter - @TheWookieeLives We are joined by co-host Andy King. Find him here: Reel Rock Twitter - @ReelRockPodcast Facebook page - Reel Rock This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts at www.pantheonpodcasts.com. Listen to all the other great Rock and Roll...

Duration:00:35:50

Rock Candy Ep. 95: Rammstein - That's Sausage To Me

11/20/2019
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You may not understand their lyrics, but you can't deny the powerhouse of sound that is the German band, Rammstein. Entertaining the world for 25 years with amazing live shows and provocative music videos, these guys have been operating under the same 6 band mates since day one. How do they do it? What is it about their music that transcended the barriers of language to make them as beloved as they are? Well, in this episode we tackle those questions and give you the full story on this work...

Duration:01:26:46

History in Five Songs 21: Original Punk for Metalheads

11/20/2019
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It's not always about the Metal! This week Martin gets into the five songs that tell the history of Original Punk for Metalheads. The Damned – “Stab Your Back” The Saints – “Erotic Neurotic” The Clash – “Protex Blue” Dead Boys – “Down in Flames” Sex Pistols – “Problems” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Duration:00:35:39

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll: Paradise Lost

11/19/2019
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Rock and Roll music lovers did not like 2016 very much as it thumped us with a long run of particularly painful Rock and Roll deaths. Wrapping up 2015 with Scott Weiland and Lemmy Kilmister's passing felt foreboding as to what may lie ahead. So, Ray and Markus take a look at the wave of loss in 2015, 2016 and early 2017 with the realization that over the next 10-15 years we will lose most of the remaining figures who shaped our Rock and Roll World.

Duration:00:35:02

Highway Hi-Fi 62: The History of Disaster Songs

11/19/2019
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While music is often dominated by songs of love...romantic love, fleeting love, spiritual love, love of place, love of country, love of Waffle House delicacies, there is a dark side to that jukebox coin. An obsession we all have with the darkness. A bleak reality that is as unknown as it is universal. It is riveting, enthralling, and oddly comforting to delve into other people’s tragedies. And honestly, we can’t get enough of it. Everyone loves a train wreck. Quite literally and especially...

Duration:01:34:41

Rock N Roll Archaeology EP. 18: 1969 Part I

11/19/2019
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We’re putting down a marker with this episode, and the follow-up: the highest highs and the lowest lows of the entire Rock Era occurred in 1969. It’s a year so big, we had to cut it in two, in order to serve it up properly. We start in January, with The Beatles on The Roof, a 42-minute outdoor concert that definitely warmed up the neighborhood of Mayfair, London, England. Then we catch up with their friends and rivals, The Rolling Stones. The Stones broke out HUGE in 68 and 69, the beginning...

Duration:01:40:05

Let It Roll: America Awaited the Beatles

11/18/2019
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Host Nathan Wilcox speaks to cultural historian and "Can't Buy Me Love: The Beatles, Britain, and America" author Jonathan Gould about the America the Beatles found in 1964 and the whys and hows of their nearly instant mass popularity.

Duration:01:17:18

No Filler Sidetrack: Neva Dinova's Songs Written For No One

11/18/2019
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On this week's Sidetrack we're checking out Jake Bellows and his band Neva Dinova, a group that basically wrote songs for no one in particular, until Conor Oberst (of Bright Eyes fame) shined a light on them back in 2004, showcasing them on "One Jug Of Wine, Two Vessels". We focus on one song from their 2005 release, "The Hate Yourself Change", and talk a little bit about Jake Bellows' reflection on his lyrics during the Neva Dinova era, and how as a solo artist he is now actively working...

Duration:00:38:10

Almost Famous Minute 22: The Guitar is Supposed to be Muddy

11/18/2019
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The twenty-second minute starts with the bus door opening and a band streaming out and ends with William praising the band. We are joined by guest Andy King. Find him here: Reel Rock Twitter - @ReelRockPodcast Facebook page - Reel Rock This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts at www.pantheonpodcasts.com. Listen to all the other great Rock and Roll podcasts there! Show links: Twitter - @AlmostFamousMin Facebook group - Band-Aids Listener's Society Facebook page - Almost Famous Minute Instagram...

Duration:01:11:00

Who Cares About the Rock Hall?: Rufus featuring Chaka Khan with Jimetta Rose

11/15/2019
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LA-based singer-songwriter Jimetta Rose joins Joe & Kristen to talk about funk outfit and current nominees Rufus featuring Chaka Khan. Also discussed in this episode is Janet Jackson's induction, Amoeba Records, and the paradox of the Rock Hall as a concept. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Duration:01:22:42

Make it Stop: The Rolling Stones - Dirty Work with Jere Pilapil

11/15/2019
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Even though they'd go on to extend their careers another three decades, The Rolling Stones were already Old Bags of Bones when they released Dirty Work in 1986. Mick Jagger was content to sod off and work on his questionable solo project, Charlie Watts was so zonked on heroin the band needed to hire session drummers to finish the record, and the rest of the band was so sick of each other that they all retreated into the world of oversized neon pink blazer afficionada. Comedian and Stones...

Duration:01:30:20

The House List Ep. 114: Manifest (pt. 2)

11/14/2019
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A year ago I sat down with Peter Collins (aka Manifest) on episode 71 and re-traced his life story leading to a tumultuous head with an ill fated Northern California casino robbery in the Fall of 2006. Pete went on the lam until being apprehended in Washington state some months later. This - as the previous episode - is meant to be a cautionary tale of what can go wrong when a person finds themselves at the end of their rope. Now days he can sagely reflect on the untimely decisions made by a...

Duration:01:40:36

Muses Ep. 118: Carly Simon - Boys in the Trees- A Memoir

11/14/2019
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This week, Chanty brings you the story of Carly Simon, based on her memoir "Boys In The Trees". Carly grew up in a seemingly idyllic setting, with her family splitting their time between Greenwich Village and Martha's Vineyard and having Wednesday night sing-alongs around the piano. All was not as it seems, however, as the Simon family was one full of trauma and tragedy. Carly's upbringing inspired her songwriting that explores issues of love, crime, secrecy, vulnerability, monsters, beasts,...

Duration:01:09:46

Basic Folk 47: Jenny Owen Youngs

11/14/2019
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Jenny Owen Youngs! Jenny is an indie pop songwriter, queer icon and podcast host. I am thrilled to have her on Basic Folk! Her new EP, Night Shift, is out now (November 15) and we talk about it and all of her whole life in our conversation. From her young life in rural New Jersey to space camp (where she wished for more space and less camp) to coming out in a very public way in 2012. Jenny is a sweet, funny and caring person, and we really get into what makes her tick in this episode....

Duration:00:58:10

Rock Candy Ep. 94: Dream Theater - Stretch Armstrong It

11/13/2019
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Hope you've got some extra time this week to talk about an extra special band, the one and only Dream Theater! Their legacy of epic tunes are only measured by the legacy of their unmatched techniques. Find out how a bunch of nerds got together at one of the most renowned music schools in all the world, only to drop out and become a household name in the world of progressive metal. We debate on how long is too long for a song and cover probably the most innocuous addict we ever will on this...

Duration:01:35:55

History in Five Songs 20: Martin Birch

11/12/2019
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This week Martin gets into the five songs that tell the history of Producer/Engineer Martin Birch's heavy metal productions. Martin Birch is a British former music producer and sound engineer, who became renowned for engineering and producing albums by the British rock bands Deep Purple, Rainbow, Whitesnake, Black Sabbath, and Iron Maiden. Rainbow – “Tarot Woman” Black Sabbath – “Die Young” Blue Oyster Cult – “After Dark” Iron Maiden – “The Prisoner” Iron Maiden – “Holy Smoke” To connect or...

Duration:00:33:47

Deeper Digs in Rock: Grateful Dead Historian Dennis McNally

11/12/2019
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This week Christian has the distinct pleasure of sitting down with Grateful Dead historian, Dennis McNally. This one is special for the Rock N Roll Archaeologist because Dennis is an actual historian with a PhD in U.S. History and because one of the inspirations for the entire rock n roll archaeology project was the 2002 McNally book, “A Long Strange Trip: The Inside History of the Grateful Dead”. He is a real life rock n roll archaeologist! Dennis McNally received his Ph.D. in American...

Duration:02:00:31

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll: Robert Johnson and the Progenitors - The Addendum

11/11/2019
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Markus and Ray had an overflow situation in Episode 30, Robert Johnson And The Progenitors Of The Blues! There was too much info on too many artists! This Addendum completes the full picture intended when they set out on their journey to that infamous Crossroads.

Duration:00:30:32